Thank you for taking this short course on creating landscape concepts for film and games. I hope you've learned something during this course. My name's Brian Lee, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 01:00
2.Landscape Concepts4 lessons, 33:51
2.1Designing a Snowy Volcanic Mountain Range07:59
2.2Designing a Mystic Jungle Scene Concept07:35
2.3Designing a Desert Landscape09:20
2.4Designing a Cliff-Side Ocean Scene08:57
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:01
Hey guys, welcome back to designing landscape concept for feature films and games. My name is Brian Lee, and I just wanna thank you for joining me on this course. We covered a lot of information over the last few videos and a ton of valuable topics. So I hope you walk away from this course with a great understanding of how to set up and create a powerful landscape concept that tells a story and looks great. When practicing the techniques we covered in this course focus on telling the story with as few brush strokes as possible. Simplicity is not only really beautiful when done well but it also allows for very fast workflow which is always appreciated in a production environment. As you move forward in your design career, I hope you will remember some of the major points we covered here in this course, including directional light, black values, applying color, and all the other little tidbits that came up along the way. If you're ready to do more digital illustration, check out Tutsplus Design and Illustration Courses. There's a lot of experience within these pages that will help you master and hone your design skills further. So thank you again until next time, take care.